Dani (magazine)

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BH Dani is a Bosnian language weekly magazine published in Bosnia and Herzegovina since 1992.

HistoryEdit

BH Dani
EditorSaša Rukavina
Websitewww.bhdani.ba

BH Dani, also known as Dani is a weekly politics magazine published in Sarajevo. The first issue of the magazine was distributed from 25th of August 1992, during the first year of the Siege of Sarajevo. It featured texts by many notable regional authors, such as dr. Kasim Begić, Miljenko Jergović, Boro Kontić, Mustafa Mujagić, Alma Lazarevska, Ozren Kebo, dr. Mustafa Imamović.[1] The editor-in-chief was Senad Pećanin.

Dani continued its publication under harsh conditions throughout and despite of the Siege. The magazine received the Award for Best Paper in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1993 by the former Association of Jorunalists of BiH (today BH Novinari), award of the Open Society Foundation BIH and the Olof Palme Prize in 1998. The paper was financially supported by the Swedish Helsinki Committee, Press Now and the Open Society Foundations.[2]

In 2010, the magazine was bought by Oslobođenje, when Pećanin stepped down as the editor-in-chief[3]. Dani continues to be published with the current editor-in-chief Saša Rukavina.[2]

Notable columnists and journalists (in the past issues)Edit

Sister publicationsEdit

  • Oslobođenje - daily newspaper
  • Auto Dani - a monthly car magazine supplement
  • Ljepota & Zdravlje - a monthly health and beauty magazine supplement
  • Biblioteka Dani - a book publishing house

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "PRVIH STOTINU BROJEVA". 2013-05-25. Archived from the original on 2013-05-25. Retrieved 2020-04-15.
  2. ^ a b "DANI - bosanskohercegovački news magazin". bhdani.ba. Retrieved 2020-04-15.
  3. ^ Agencije (2010-10-28). "Oslobođenje kupilo Dane". Nezavisne novine (in Serbian). Retrieved 2020-04-15.